SEMINAR 4: TERMS OF A CONTRACT
Conditions: major terms (quantity, quality, price, date of
payment, method of delivery )
Warranties: less important terms
Innominate terms: not to classify terms when the co
SEMINAR 2: OFFER AND ACCEPTANCE
WHAT WE WILL DO
Revision and discussion
Group work: 3 legal problems
1. Differentiate an offer from an invitation to treat.
1) Fisher v Bell - merely displaying an item is an invitation to
CONSIDERATION, CAPACITY AND INTENTION TO CREATE LEGAL
Consideration cannot be in the past;
Consideration must be sufficient but need not be
Consideration must be real or genuine;
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES?
is treated as never existed from the very beginning
legal title of any goods cannot be passed to the
may be enforced
The legal issue of this case is that what is social and domestic agreement and whether Liza and
John have an intention to enter into a legal relationship when they made the agreement.
An agreement only to be a legally
a) Whether there are offer, acceptance and consideration and whether the
consideration is sufficient.
b) Whether there any consideration made by Natei?
An agreement only to be a legally binding and enforceable contract when i
Definition: relationship which
subsists between person carrying
on business in common with a
view of profit
persons: Natural persons &
Artificial persons (e.g. company)
business: every trade,
occupation, or profession(s.2);
t off employment
2 of the Employment Ordinance
(EO) (Cap 57):
contract of employment"
employment means any
agreement, whether in writing or oral,
Lecture 9 - Tort of Negligence
f i db
h a bottle
b l off
beer for you. The bottle was made of dark
dead snail inside the bottle. You therefore
AF2504 Introduction to
LECTURE 8 - SALE OF GOODS
The Sale of Goods Ordinance (Cap 26)
AF2504 Introduction to
Lecture 10 : Agency Law
(through the act
Elements of a Contract (I) Offer & Acceptance
1. To understand how a valid contract is formed by examining the essential
elements of a legally binding contract.
2. To analyse business problems based on the first two essential elements of a
Elements of a Contract (II): Consideration, Capacity and
To identify the essential elements of a legally binding contract.
To understand the rules in relation to consideration, intention of the parties to
create a legal relationsh
Introduction to Hong Kong Legal System
1. To understand the historical origins and development of the legal system of the
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR).
2. To identify the roles and functions of the various institutions which